Over 140 people did their time on spinning bikes at Penrith Leisure Centre to raise money for Cumbria's Teenage Cancer Trust.
They cycled the equivalent of the Tour de France in 24 hours.
Their hard work has raised over £1500, which will be used to support more teenagers-only wards in cancer units.
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